Hi everyone, this is my fist post, I am seeking some guidance on where to pursue a PhD. degree on Applied Math or Mathematical Physics. I got my Bachelor's on Physics and right now I'm on the second half of a Master's in math. I'm planning to apply soon for a PhD but I've got no real idea where should I do it. My main research interests are PDE's (both analytical and numerical methods) classical mechanics/electrodynamics, but i really want to do some interdisciplinary work. I would prefer a program in Canada or Europe, but i'm open to US institutions also.- In fact the most attractive program i've seen is the Applied and Interdisciplinary Math in Michigan.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thanks in advance for your advice!

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